Category Archives: Transfer print

Up For Consideration

For quite some time now I’ve had a sweet little child’s cup and saucer in a red aesthetic print design which is marked “Tunis” and “E. S”. I have seen patterns called “Tunis” made by other potters but the design … Continue reading

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Hope & Carter

I have seen several examples of pieces of a child’s tea set in an aesthetic collage pattern made by Hope & Carter. The majority of this pattern that I have seen are unmarked but I have seen a few that … Continue reading

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It’s All In The Handle

The unmarked brown  transferware pitcher on the top shelf was a mystery that I always intended to solve.  For the most part, I knew the potter and pattern of all the others pieces on these shelves… But this hexagonal sided … Continue reading

Posted in Emery Burslem England, F. J. Emery, Francis Joseph Emery, Girl With a Rake, Rangoon, Staffordshire, The Artist, Transfer print, transferware | Tagged , , , , , , , | 3 Comments

Playtime Transferware

What fun it is for a little girl to have a tea party with with her friends or her dolls. It was certainly popular in the 1800s and it’s still popular today!  Just search on the internet for “child’s tea party” and all kinds … Continue reading

Posted in child, children's, demitasse, play, silver plate, silverplate, sterling demitasse, tea party, toy tea set, Transfer print, transferware | Tagged , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Transferware Design Variations: Ridgway, Sparks & Ridgway’s “Yeddo”

Just as there were often variations of a particular design on sterling and silverplate flatware in America during the 19th Century, in England during that same time period there were also variations of certain transferware patterns on pottery.  Some of these … Continue reading

Posted in Dudson Ebony Jetware, English transferware, R.S.R., Ridgway Sparks & Ridgway, Staffordshire, Transfer print, Yeddo | Tagged , , , , , , | 9 Comments